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abross

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Hey. I was wondering if anybody here knows of a place I can ship my radio to to get programmed. It's a Motorola Syntor X9000. I just can't find any place that does it.
 

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Where do you live?? I do know a radio tech that can probably do it for you. Of course you would need to provide a list of frequencies and what type of control head it has....... It makes a difference....
 

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You may want to start by telling us what area you are located in so if anyone knows of a local shop that will do it they can steer you in the right direction. Those are heavy units so the shipping to/from you will not be cheap.

EDIT: You will need to provide the model numbers of the main unit and the control head.
 

awall

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The motorola Syntor uses a programable module that can only be programmed one time. To reprogram the Syntor you will need to purchase a code plug then have it programmed and install it in your radio. I have the programming box but I do not have anymore of the code plugs. They are quite hard to find.
 

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I am located in Burlington County, NJ. And awall, as for your comment, you really should read everything before you reply. I said it's a Syntor X9000. Any other Syntor can only be reprogrammed once, but the X9000 can.
 

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abross said:
I am located in Burlington County, NJ. And awall, as for your comment, you really should read everything before you reply. I said it's a Syntor X9000. Any other Syntor can only be reprogrammed once, but the X9000 can.
I'm not sure what else is close to you but you might want to try AR Communications in Eatontown. Its close enough for you to drive to. But of course it would be wise to call them first to see if they still have the programing capability. Good luck
 
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